Gee pitched three shutout innings against Minnesota despite yielding five hits. He walked none and struck out three in lowering his ERA to 1.69. Gee is listed as the team's third starter behind Bartolo Colon and Jonathon Niese.
Diamond surrendered two earned runs on three hits in 3 2/3 innings. He was hindered by three walks, but did more than double his spring training output in strikeouts with six.
The 27-year-old has faded since a promising 2012. He was 6-13 with a disturbing 5.43 ERA a year ago with 161 hits and just 52 strikeouts in 131 innings. He has given up six runs in 7 2/3 innings this spring.
It seems only wildness can prevent
Fernandez walked four in four innings, but he still held a Washington lineup loaded with starters to just one earned run on two hits with four strikeouts. It was the first run he has yielded this spring. The Miami ace now owns a 0.93 ERA in exhibition play.
Strasburg threw four shutout innings against Miami, surrendering just two hits and fanning four. He now boasts a 1.00 ERA in exhibition play, though he has just five strikeouts in nine innings.
Bo Porter declared early in spring training that
Harrell, whose promise faded with a poor year in 2013, continued to fade by giving up nine earned runs on 12 hits in just 1 2/3 innings against a loaded Detroit lineup.
He hopes the performance will be considered by Porter as a blip on the radar. Harrell entered the game with a 3.00 ERA, having given up three runs on just six hits in nine innings.
Kemp will not participate when his team plays two games next week against Arizona in Australia to start the regular season, but he could be back by early April. His playing time in the Dodgers' loaded outfield has yet to be determined.
Nolin was mashed by a Tampa Bay team using few starters for five runs and five hits in just 1 1/3 innings before being mercifully removed from the game. He walked three and fanned none.
He gave up six earned runs and got just four outs in major league debut late May against Baltimore and did not return to the Jays.
Bedard has now given up nine runs and 17 hits in 11 1/3 innings this spring.
The Rays can ill-afford to lose Myers for any length of time. He exploded onto the scene two months into last season and finished the year at .293 with 13 home runs, 53 RBI and .478 slugging percentage.